DEAS

Etymology and meaning of DEAS


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I have read that "Deas" is a Gaelic word for "south" or "southerly wind". Some in the US pronounce it "days" while others pronounce it "deez".The main "days" clan were wealthy shipping group from Edinburgh, Scotland who settled around Charleston, SC, and appear to be at least distantly related to the Dees group of immigrants from the late 1600s, of which I am one

Contributed by Glen Deas on 2010-07-28 06:06:26

Related website: Glen & Ann Deas' Home Page

Seems i listed on the English Medeival Soldiers muster rolls (1378)at ..
http://www.icmacentre.ac.uk/soldier/database/search_musterdb.php
This link explains the info..
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1201096/Did-ancestors-fight-Agincourt-War-records-250-000-medieval-soldiers-online.html

Contributed by rob on 2010-09-25 06:04:02